Problem: For a certain reaction, the rate law is Rate = k[A][B] 1/2. What are the units of the rate constant? a) conc−3/2 s−1 b) conc−1/2 s c) conc s−1/2 d) conc1/2 s−1 e) conc−1/2 s−1

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For a certain reaction, the rate law is Rate = k[A][B] 1/2. What are the units of the rate constant?

a) conc−3/2 s−1

b) conc−1/2 s

c) conc s−1/2

d) conc1/2 s−1

e) conc−1/2 s−1

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